Review of ‘Titanborn’

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Malcolm Graves is a bounty hunter. He doesn’t question his jobs, he just gets them done. He runs into a problem though, when his superiors send him off to Titan, home to humans for centuries, to solve the case of a mysterious, high-profile bombing on Earth. This time, though, they pair him up with a partner who is more machine than human, complicating his mission to track down a group of dissidents whose sole aim is to free Earth from tyranny.

Titanborn by Rhett C. Bruno is an exciting space thriller written in the style of Phillip K. Dick that will grab your interest and not let go until the last page. Great dialogue, and a world that is brought to life in Technicolor and surround-sound. A not-to-be-missed sci-fi read.

I received an advance review copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review.

I give Bruno four stars for this book


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